Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Bahia-Paraiso-27MZIFLJN92E.htmlConceptually similarBahia ParaisoGP0UH6Completed★★★★Bahia ParaisoGP0XEVCompleted★★★★Bahia ParaisoGP0F1HCompleted★★★★Bahia ParaisoGP014OHCompleted★★★★Outflow Pipe on US Palmer BaseGP0202OCompleted★★★★Bayonne, New Jersey. Oil-spill clean up.GP085QCompleted★★★★Control of Shipwreck Pallas in GermanyGP02SHOCompleted★★★★Inflatable in AntarcticaGP0STUJR3Completed★★★★Inflatable in AntarcticaGP0STUJR8Completed★★★★View AllGP011AQBahia ParaisoAction on upturned hull of the wrecked Argentine resupply ship BAHIA PARAISO which ran aground on January 28 in 1989 near the US Palmer Station spilling appox. 150,000 gallons of diesel. Fuel is still leaking from the ship & there is a threat of break up which would spread contamination further. Arthur Harbour, Anvers Island, Antarctica.Locations:Antarctic-Antarctica-Anvers Island-Arthur HarborDate:1 Jan, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robin CulleyMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Antarctica World Park (campaign title)-Banners-Coastlines-Day-Disasters-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Oil spills-Outdoors-Shipwrecks-Small group of people-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Antarctica Expedition 1989/90Antarctica expedition 89/90. Palmer Base (US).In 1987 Greenpeace established the ‘World Park Base’ in Antarctica which stayed until 1991. The base was part of a 7 year campaign which concluded successfully with the Environmental protocol to the Antarctic treaty, an essential first step to protect the last (almost) untouched continent on this planet.